Moore Park Toronto Real Estate
Moore Park does have smaller home lots and more mutual driveways than other popular Toronto areas. But it is a quiet neighbourhood
It is another highly sought after community for buyers, due to the access to lovely pakland and the well regarded public and private schools.
Moore Park residents do most of their shopping at either the Yonge and St. Clair or the Mount Pleasant and Davisville shopping districts. Both these areas are well known for their gourmet food shops and fine dining, and the busy Yonge/St. Clair area also has a wide variety of business and medical services, boutiques, and groceries catering to the busy professional. Moore Park residents who live in the more secluded south-east pocket of the neighbourhood can also walk across a railway overpass to the small collection of neighbourhood stores on Summerhill Avenue.
Moore Park Homes
Parks and Recreation
Nature and fitness buffs frequent the Moore Park Ravine foot path, an 8 km trail passing through Rosedale Ravine, Mt. Pleasant cemetery and the Don Valley Trail. Moorevale Park, a block east of Mount Pleasant Road, has several tennis courts, and a baseball diamond,
The Rosedale-Moore Park Association is located in Mooredale House, an old mansion at Crescent Road and Mount Pleasant, and provides a multitude of activities for both children and adults, including a swimming club and summer camps for children. For movie-goers Moore Park is close to a number of theatres on Yonge Street, Eglinton Avenue, and Mount Pleasant Road.
The local library is the Deer Park Branch at 40 St. Clair Ave. E., and Mooredale House at 146 Crescent Road.
Whitney Jr. School
Moore Park Jr. & Sr. School
Bennington Heights School
Rosedale Public School
Maurice Cody School
Rolph Road School
Cottingham Jr. School
North Toronto CI
Moore Park Toronto History